Pacman Jones Tells Reporter to ‘Shut The F*ck Up’ After Questions About His Offseason Arrest (VIDEO)
Adam “Pacman” Jones was not a happy man on Monday.
The Cincinnati Bengals CB, who was kicked out of a casino and wished death upon a police officer this off-season, kindly asked reporters to not ask him about that situation.
One reporter decided to spin the question and ask him about the support he has gotten from the team after his incident. Here’s how Jones responded:
“Words can’t express can’t express my gratitude or my feelings for the organization, Mr. (Mike) Brown, coach (Marvin) Lewis, the teammates, the City of Cincinnati,” Jones said. “This is home for me. I’m very eager to be here. I don’t take it for granted. I love playing football, and I love helping the guys out and working together for one common goal, which is winning. I’m more than happy to be here.”
That was fine, until FOX 19’s Joe Danneman decided to ask a follow-up question. That’s when all hell broke loose.
“But a couple of minutes later Jones got irate when the reporter asked, “I know you said you were thankful for the organization, is there anything you have to show to fans, have to prove to the fans for them to welcome you back since there were a lot of people upset with the way things went down in the offseason for you?”
“Didn’t I just tell you don’t ask me that?” Jones said. “You out the (interview). Turn around. Go back that way. See you. Next question. That’s his last interview for the year.”
Jones, who reportedly was taking anger management classes in wake of his arrest, continued to berate the reporter, who had walked away from his locker, while walking to the restroom after ending the interview, yelling at him for asking “stupid ass (expletive) questions.”
Jones continued after returning from the restroom, telling the reporter to “shut the (expletive) up.”